You’ve probably seen an old movie about a hotshot naval aviator, or perhaps a more recent film about the daring actions of Special Forces operatives. But do you really know what careers the military can offer you? Introduction to Military Careers will provide the answers. The military is far more diverse and offers many more career opportunities and tracks than most people imagine. While taking Introduction to Military Careers, you’ll learn not only about the four branches of the military (and the Coast Guard) but also about the types of jobs you might pursue in each branch. From aviation to medicine, law enforcement to dentistry, the military can be an outstanding place to pursue your dreams.
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Students will demonstrate an understanding of military branches by describing the mission of the military branches, and explaining the requirements for military service.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of military aviation careers by describing aviation careers and comparing aviation careers with aviation support careers.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of logistics, supply, and transportation military careers by describing the military careers in logistics, supply and transportation, and explaining the role of logistics, supply and transportation in military missions.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the military legal system by describing careers in military law and explaining the difference between military law and civilian law.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of military combat operations careers by describing combat operations careers and comparing combat readiness programs.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of military information technology careers by explaining communication throughout the military and describing military information technology careers.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of military support careers by explaining military careers associated with business management of the military and explaining military careers associated with the well-being of military employees.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of medical military careers by describing medical careers in the military and explaining the service responsibilities of medical careers.
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